The name ZOE means LIFE
ZOE (LIFE) is found 135 times in the Greek New Testament.
Greek word: ζωή, zoe |
Meaning: In the Christian tradition, it means Life divine with Christ
Frequency: 135 uses
In solid wood drawings
Oak wood is the highest quality material for furniture production as it is resistant to environmental influences, humidity and bugs. Moreover, oak wood has an exceedingly high load capacity.
As long as the church stands, the church pews will serve.
From the bench to the stack and back
You can disconnect and put them off at any time. The chairs themselves are stackable. Unlike fixed and heavy benches, with ZOE church pews you can free up standing space at any time.
Like a reading desk
... they serve as a tilting desk. On it, believers can place their Bible or songbook.
Personal belongings at hand
… such as a handbag or umbrella, visitors can hang on a hook.
We made the church pews so that they deliver utter comfort even during longer masses.
The name pew refers to a long bench seat used by church members in a church, synagogue, or courtroom. The first stone benches date from the 13th century as they occurred in the English environment. From the side aisles of the temple, the seating gradually reaches the central part of the sacral space. In the 14th century, the stone began to be replaced by wood, which has become the standard in production since the 15th century.
CHURCH BENCHES acquired the status of a permanent element of religious interior only in the era of Protestantism. In some churches they were not the property of temples, but of individual congregates members of the congregation, who signed them with names or family coats of arms and locked them in special boxes. Thus, the benches became hereditary property. In the late Middle Ages and early modern times, their cost often did not demonstrate the equality of people before God, but the social hierarchy of community.
The seating system in pews is still not taken over by the Orthodox Church. In other Christian and Jewish communities, CHURCH PEWS are replaced by metal or wooden chairs for easier handling. The dual use of the product as a CHURCH CHAIR and at the same time as a CHURCH PEW has become a challenge for the company CONFER s.r.o.
CHURCH CHAIRS from CONFER s.r.o. are designed so that they can be easily transformed into the CHURCH BENCH system as needed, but according to preference they can also be used separately, with the required distance between the seats
● Their connectivity to horizontal lines is ensured by a discrete magnetic (non-rusting) system with high retention force, built into the side lines of the seating part
● The model is designed so that the CHURCH PEW looks symmetrical, without disturbing the space around. The fluidity of the lines also allows a small child to sit in the inter-space, without feeling uncomfortable
● Maximum accuracy of production processes guarantees maintaining straight rows and columns without optical disorganization at all times
● The customer adjusts the length of the CHURCH PEWS as needed
● CHURCH CHAIRS are easily detachable and stackable
● When stacking (up to 5 pieces), a minimum gap is created between the chairs, which ensures the lowest possible stack height. This company idea supports maximum space saving, but at the same time the stability of the stack during storage and transport
● The stacking system is treated with protective elements that are discreetly placed on the contact surfaces on the legs of the chairs. The protection of upholstery, which do not touch during stacking, is also secured
● When ordering a larger number of CHURCH CHAIRS, the supplier provides a free barrow - a trolley for their stacking and moving.
Preparing for confirmation is always associated with a pleasant expectation for the young pastor and his wife. They observe in young people of congregation the desire for Christian maturity, but they also see the joy of community that preparation provides them.
Both spouses have a sense of order and purity, but when young people come to the temple, it is necessary to arrange the space as needed, flexibly create nooks for group work, sometimes arrange sessions in a circle and then re-arrange everything in the lines of church pews for a dignified course of God's service.
Young people from the community playfully manage the reorganization, and girls also like to help with advice. The chairs are easy to handle, the space is scented by the smell of the wood, everyone feels useful.
The temple is in a state of flux for a moment, but just in a while it again becomes the place of divine peace - exactly as amplitudes alternate in human life.
Verified abroad as well
Our church pews already proudly provide seating for believers in Germany, Italy, Poland, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands and other European countries.
In addition to ZOE church chairs and pews in our original and registered design, we also manufacture church seating to measure, in the required dimensions and exactly according to the customer's wishes. However, if you think this is a difficult and lengthy process, the following article will surely surprise you.
Life force, the principle of life or life itself? The expression of Greek origin Zoé appears in the New Testament more than 100 times and simply means what we live - a life in Christ. This name has become a perfect name for a church chair, made of solid oak or alder wood, which will humbly bring the same life to every temple of God.
Would you like to find out more about the material used in the production of church pews and church chairs ZOE? Would you like to know why these woody plants are so popular all over the world? We know that appearance is not everything. Functionality and quality are equally important. In this article, we will look at a few key reasons that might surely lead you to buy such a beautiful piece of furniture.
Church pew from its beginnings to the present Not all benches and pews are the same. Looking back to the past, the production of pews for churches was approached particularly consistently, even meticulously. The majestic seats with high backrests and sides, which separated the visitors of the church from the outside world, gradually developed into an open, minimalist and comfortable seating.